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Sybase extends Lotus Notes, Exchange support to iPhone 3G

Sybase said Tuesday that it has launched its iAnywhere Mobile Office software for the iPhone 3G with connections to Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange email.Sybase has been on the iPhone bandwagon since earlier this year, but does bolster the enterprise app lineup available for the iPhone 3G.
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Written by Larry Dignan on

Sybase said Tuesday that it has launched its iAnywhere Mobile Office software for the iPhone 3G with connections to Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange email.

Sybase has been on the iPhone bandwagon since earlier this year, but does bolster the enterprise app lineup available for the iPhone 3G. At launch, Apple's App Store didn't have much in the way of enterprise applications beyond what Oracle and Salesforce.com offered.

Sybase noted that it plans to add more components for push email, contacts, corporate directories and calendars in the future.

More details in this PDF sheet and the Apple overview.

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